The radio airways will come alive once again on Sunday morning, when the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB'S newest "sister" , will share her amazing story of how her life was saved by a miraculous gift. Denise Ely will be the guest of Shelli Sonstein, whose show airs on Q104.3 i Heart New York Radio, or on Sonstein Sessions podcast on the i Heart Radio app. The show airs at 6:55 AM, and Denise's previously taped interview will begin at approximately 7:15 AM.
Denise shared her story onstage on June 5th, when she participated in the MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA PAGEANT 2019, at Harrah's, where she came in 1st Runner Up in the competition. She managed to explain in a 35 second Philosophy of Life speech, the importance of organ transplants to those who are dying of need. She sang the song "I will Survive", for her Talent presentation, because the lyrics pertained to how she dealt with the disastrous diagnosis of a failing liver.
Not only was she was saved by a liver transplant, but at age 52, she turned her life around and left Wall Street, went back to college and got a degree in nursing. Since then, she has become an avid advocate for the need for organ transplant awareness, and has appeared on many TV and radio programs.
The NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB claims 2 beautiful ladies as spokeswomen for the New Jersey Organ Sharing Network, Terry Meade, New Jersey State Executive Pageant Director, on behalf of her husband and our dear friend Mark, and Denise Ely on behalf of herself. Thank you for the work that you do.